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good morning, friday, september 28, 2012. welcome to "cbs thn bnch sncbs israel's prime minister says the world has less than a year to stop iran from having a nuclear weapon. the nfl referees get cheers and boos in their first game back, and intrigue at the vatican as the pope's butler goes on trial. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> israel's prime minister warns time is running out to stop
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iran. >> netanyahu says iran could have enough enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon by next summer. >> it's not just the future of my country, its stake is the future of the world. >> what's with the wile coyote nuclear bomb? police in minneapolis investigating a deadly workplace shooting. >> toll, five dead and four wounded. >> the gunman was an employee who had lost his job. >> in a wonderful neighborhood and a wonderful business, we have had a horrible tragedy. >> put forth a practical plan to create jobs and grow the middle class. remember the movie, "the sixth sense?" i see employed people. standing ovation. yes, the real nfl officials back in business. >> let's get football back. a stunning confirmation from the nasa recover, curiosity, sometime in the past there was water on mars.
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>> and the pilot pretends to claim that it's about to crash. he says grab the checklist which says "will you marry me?" . >> and a child doing what appears to be a keg stand sparks a major uproar. >> whoa! >> it's in your studio? >> that quack is in our old studio? >> you lied to her? >> you can say that. >> on "cbs this morning." tlc, the network has ordered halloween specials of "here comes honey boo-boo." >> the neighbors plan to give them a scare by dressing up as child protective services. welcome to cbs this morning, i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'danell in new york.
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israel's prime minister is sending the world a clear warning. on thursday, he said that iran will have enough enriched uranium by next summer to start making nuclear weapons by next summer. >> the two leaders will speak on the phone. netanyahu met with hillary clinton on thursday. margaret brennan watched the speech at the united nations. good morning. >> good morning, charlie, the israeli prime minister made a very public appeal to the u.n. to set a firm ultimatum to stop iran's nuclear development. he put pressure on the obama administration to take a tougher tone weeks ahead of the u.n. general election. >> israel's rhetorical red line. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> became a literal one as prime minister benjamin netanyahu took to the u.n. general assembly with a red marker and a chart that says is iran's progress
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toward a nuclear weapon. >> red lines prevent war and faced with a clear red line, iran will back down. >> the prime minister's speech put in stark relief the differences between how the u.s. and israel views the threat of a nuclear iran. >> a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be contained. >> reporter: while president obama says he will not allow iran to gain nuclear weapons, he hasn't publicly declared a point of no return, that boundary may action.the u.s. to take military israel cannot destroy iran's nuclear installations without u.s. military support. secretary of state hillary clinton met one-on-one with netanyahu, telling him to give diplomacy and financial pressure a chance to slow down iran's nuclear progress. >> america wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy, we believe there is still time and space to do so but that time is
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not unlimited. >> u.s. officials say iran will likely be invited back to the negotiation table, but they plan to continue financial sanctions until iran makes what they say is the credible proposal that goes beyond what they proposed, to contain uranium enrichment to 20%. >> thank you, charlie. lara logan has done extensive reporting on iran's nuclear program. what did you think of netanyahs remarks yesterday? >> there is a certain irony, it's usually the iranian president that uses the u.n. as a platform for making speeches that grab attention. this time the israelis took a page out of ahmadinejad's book. and netanyahu wants to use the world stage to say this is not just our problem, it's your problem too. it's a warning in many ways. >> a warning is right.
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i want to turn to afghanistan. cbs news, first to report that joint patrols of nato and afghanistan have put on hold because of attacks by afghans and their western allies. lara has been reporting from afghanistan for "60 minutes." has a story that will air this sunday, and interviewed the american commander there, general john allen. here is part of the interview. >> you are in a tough spot right now. can you explain why the sudden increase in these attacks? >> i'm mad as hell to be honest. we'll get after this. it reverberates everywhere, across the united states. we're willing to sacrifice a lot for this campaign, but we're not willing to be murdered for it. >> reporter: certain points, if these attacks continue, the american people will say we've had enough. why are we training these people if they are murdering us? >> that may be, in fact. it may be the voice right now that we're hearing. the key point is for us to
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understand that the vast majority, vast majority of afghans, you have lived with them, you understand these people. they are with us in this. they understand right now the severity of this problem and the urgency of what's happening, and there have been afghan who's have been killed trying to save our forces when these attacks have been under way. because that was the only reaction that they could have taken, was to try to save us at the moment of that attack. >> training afghan troops like these afghan special forces soldiers is the centerpiece of general allen's mission. >> once they are there, we're going to move -- >> reporter: he has already had to success spespend training tw. should americans brace themselves for more attacks? is this going to continue? >> it will. the enemy recognizes this you is a vulnerability. in iraq, the signature weapon
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system was the ied. we had to adjust to that. here, i think the signature attack that we're beginning see is going to be the insider attack. >> lara, charlie rose in new york. does he say, does he believe, that either they will cause the troops who are coming home by 2014 to hasten or will be delayed? >> well, charlie, he's the commanding general, right? he won't commit himself to anything like that, but you have to look at the affect that this has had to realize it can impact on when the troops are cing home. i got a sense even that there was a feeling, there was a push for troops to come home even sooner than the end of 2014, but that's a political timetable and a political push, more than what is driven by the reality on the battlefield. and this is such a severe crisis that general allen clearly was
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in crisis mode doing everything they could to try and bring this der control right now. because of the implications, not just for the short-term training mission, but for the long term. how are you going to keep americans there over the long term to train afghanistans if this is what will happen to them? >> why did you get the sense that troops would come out even sooner? it's something i keep pressing when i speak to white house officials and pentagon officials. when is the next deployment order coming, when will we know when troops will come out of afghanistan? >> no one wants to say it directly this is an election year. nothing gets you fired faster in the u.s. military than political statements. you do get a sense there is no political appetite to extend the mission in any way, shape, or form. if anything, the political appetite is to bring troops home sooner and soldiers on the ground know that, they are very
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conscious of that. >> lara logan, good to see you. everyone can see lara's full report this sunday on "60 minutes" here on cbs. charlie. >> thank you, norah. in libya the state department is pulling more staffers out of the american embassy for security reasons. leon panetta says unknown terrorists carried out the attack that killed the united states ambassador to libya and three other americans. >> the reason, i think pretty clearly it was a terrorist attack, is because a group of terrorists obviously conducted that attack on the consulate. and against our individuals. what terrorists were involved i think still remains to be determined by the investigation. but it clearly was a group of terrorists who conducted that attack against that facility. >> senior correspondent john miller joins us now. what's going on. why can't the fbi get in there and do what they were sent there
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to do? >> the security situation on the ground there is so brittle that the libyan government is very reluctant to have a team of a couple of dozen fbi people going to benghazi, when the only people they could get to protect them are militias, and they know that the crime scene is long ago compromised, trampled through. it may or may not yield anything terribly important and if it does, if will yield it later. it is a difficult situation. >> any more information on the question of how much this may have been a preplanned attack? >> there is. and i think you have kind of put your thumb on the pulse of the problem there. in -- in these groups, we look for -- we want a wiring diagram, an organized picture, with al qaeda who ordered it. this group assisted. the problem is, the lines have
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blurred between these groups and their members. an sawar sharia are popping up in all of these countries. not al qaeda, but they are reading from the al qaeda narrative and they are influenced by formerly influential extremists in al qaeda. the actual truth, the picture isn't that clear, but we can piece it together and it's not satisfying the people who you can attach this attack to that group. >> how much cooperationthe mili? >> that's not a clear picture. one of the reasons you are seeing all of the groups reading from the al qaeda narrative no longer calling themselves al qaeda is because they realize that makes them radioactive for things like fund-raising. the other thing going on, of course, in washington, everyone in the political battle of an election year, you said this on monday, said this on tuesday,
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changed it to wednesday, why are you not telling the truth. simple fact, ever worked with classified intelligence in ongoing fast-moving events, that's the way the information evolves. in briefings, are you informed a little bit by what you learned the day before a lot like what we do. >> the administration may be careful about specifically saying what happened. >> exactly. once the news cycle collides with the intelligence cycle, collides with the political cycle, the last thing that's standing is information. this drives intelligence officials crazy. we're working very hard on getting this right and people are spinning it every day. >> thanks, john. >> thank you. the race for the white house, governor mitt romney travels to pennsylvania and massachusetts today. president obama in washington and both candidates are focus owning fund-raising less than a week before the first debate. political director john dickerson is here, and, john, clear out from this first debate, a chance for tens of millions of americans to watch these two guys side by side,
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what's your sense of the calculation of the race right now? >> the race right now, the momentum is with the president, he's doing well in the national polls and also in these battleground states. the most interesting battleground state is ohio, where it looks like there have been a consistent number of polls that shows the president pulling away ahead of mitt romney outside of the margin of error. things going well for the president. expectations couldn't be higher for mitt romney in debates. >> three new polls show obama with the lead in battleground states. >> in new hampshire and north carolina, and in nevada. what's interesting about nevada is that the president is going to be there for three days of debate preparation. nevada, an early voting state. not just about november 6th in nevada, and the president will be there for three days, have you at least one event. what that does is stir up the democrats in nevada so they can get those votes banked right now and nevada is about two points in that poll, very close
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battleground state. what's interesting about that state, it's live. going right now. and we don't have to wait until election day. >> everybody keeps talking, six weeks to go before election day or less. that's not really true. >> the experts say by the time we get to election day it won't be over. votes aren't counted until election day, may be in and banked in some of the key states, colorado, nevada, iowa, and ohio. >> in nevada, a majority of voters vote before election day, right? >> 65% of people will vote. and political scientist who's watch this, each of these states, the secretary of state reports who votes and if you look at that and match it against the voter file, you can tell some political sciencists think who may have won these key states. >> so interesting about organization, so important right now because of early voting. we learned president clinton will hit the campaign trail, guess what? what day? october 3rd, the day of the first presidential debate.
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john dickerson, always good to see up charlie. this morning, five people dead after a gunman opened fire at a sign-making business. he killed four people and then shot himself as officers swarmed the area. all five bodies found in the building. four other people wounded. three in critical condition this morning. the gunman was an employee who had been fired a few hours earlier. norah. national football league officials start voting today on their new contract, but they returned to work last night as the browns and ravens met in baltimore. chip reid at mnt bank stadium in baltimore. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were emphatic. not because the home team, the baltimore ravens won. it was also because the real referees are finally back. >> i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular officials are back. >> reporter: the return of the referees came with an
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unprecedented standing ovation, as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew, as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> very good to see you guys. >> thank you for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff, less than 24 hours after the official union reached a tentative deal with the nfl, marking the end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> the refs were terrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. >> reporter: referee comeback couldn't come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks, they have witnessed a long list of controversial calls by replacement officials. the tipping point came monday night with a ruling on a hail mary pass that cost the green bay packers a victory against the seattle seahawks. you were going to boycott the nfl if they didn't bring the refs back? >> absolutely. >> reporter: the love fest didn't last long.
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>> unnecessary roughness. >> reporter: a penalty against the ravens in the third quarter drew jeers from the crowd. >> officials have really been moved. >> reporter: game's end, browns were trailing by one touchdown. seconds on the clock it looks like history was about to repeat itself. the final pass sailed out of the end zone, saving the refs from another pr fumble. in the en, the players were grateful to see the game get back to normal. >> first time i really got excited about seeing referees. >> reporter: and so were the fans. if replacement fans were here tonight, when would this game have ended? >> tomorrow. >> probably tomorrow. >> absolutely. >> reporter: they were happy to have the real refs back, but it didn't stop them from booing when it was a call against the ravens. hey, even when the refs are good, booing them is just part of the game.
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this morning's headlines. the producer of an antiislam movie is behind bars. nakoula nakoula was arrested on thursday. a judge ordered that he violated his probation from a fraud conviction two years ago. "the wall street journal" reports that the u.s. postal service will default on a $5.6 billion payment due this weekend. second month in a row that has happened. the money is supposed to pay for future retirees' health care costs. skipping that payment will not affect postal operations and retirees will still get benefits. and jerry brown went on twitter to announce he signed two social media bills. it blocked university of california employers from getting access to social media accounts of employees. >> and mars has found evidence of water on a planet. curiosity sent pictures of
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pig farmers are predicting a global bacon shortage. yeah. however, they say the shortage can be averted if chris christie converts to islam. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell in washington this morning. good morning. >> good morning to you, charlie. former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is about to release a new memoir, and he's talking to "60 minutes." he told leslie stahl how he deceived his wife, maria shriver, for more than a decade. >> reporter: so you lied to her? >> could you say at. >> reporter: she gave up her
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television career for you. i mean, wow. was this just the moment unbelievable act of betrayal to maria? >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria, and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> well, you can see leslie stahl's interview with arnold schwarzenegger on "60 minutes" on sunday. on monday, we'll bring you extra material from the interview on "cbs this morning." more clips from leslie stahl. charlie. the vatican has seen power struggles and intrigue for many centuries. it's still happening at the highest level. the pope's butler goes on trial tomorrow. accusing of stealing vatican documents and giving them to a reporter. >> reporter: it's the most significant event of its kind
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since the inkwis igs of the 17t century. papal butler paulo gabrielle is accused of stealing papers, some from the desk of pope benedict, and stealing them to an italian journalist. they found confidential documents, a copy machine, and gifts intended for the pope. including a check and a gold nugget. gabriele said they were given to him for safe keeping. the trial will be conducted here under 19th century italian law. the first session is scheduled to last three hours. if found guilty, gabriele faces up to four years in jail, a sentence that would be served out in an italian prison, since the vatican has no jail of its own. gabriele saw himself as an agent
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of the holy spirit and wanted to clean up what he saw as evil and corruption in the headquarters of the roman catholic church. but many vatican watchers think the case goes much deeper. >> i can't find anyone who really believes that the pope's butler is solely responsible, that he concocted this scheme of stealing papers, of the pope. >> the most significant involved allegations of nep on totism, corruption and cronyism. others concerned the vatican's bank, which has suffered several scandals in the past. the butler scandal will be covered by a pool of eight reporters. no cameras will be allowed. only about 30 trials a year are held in the small courtroom, mainly for pickpocketing in st. peter's square. the trial is held on saturday because the judges and prosecutors all work in the italian judicial system during the week.
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pope benedict can interviene, bt is not expected to do so. a papal pardon will almost certainly be granted. i'm alan pizzi in rome. >> jack ford, our c bnbs news ll analyst. what intrigues me about this, why did he do it if he did it, what was he trying to accomplish? did he have help? but there is also the question of whether this would, in most judicial systems, be a crime. >> you are not going to see a lot of these prosecutions in our country. we have entire industries in our country that thrive on the notion of disclosing people's embarrassing documents. we have television shows about it and websites about it. but here because it happens to be documents that came, some of them the handwriting of the pope, they stepped in and said we're going to prosecute this. it's a pretty serious prosecution. aggravated theft, four years in jail as a consequence of this.
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>> precedent for this kind of thing? >> it really isn't there. it's like a weekend court system, judicial system. they have to borrow people from the monday through friday courts and do this trial on saturday. maybe 30 prosecutions a year for pickpocketing. so it's a very bizarre sounding prosecution on a system that seems like a weekend, fly by night judicial operation. >> what is so embarrassing to the vatican? >> he took a position, he said i'm a whistleblower, i see corruption within the church and i'm trying to protect the pontiff in some ways, so release letters that talked about complaints by other people within the church about corruption. nothing being done about it, so you can look at it from his perspective. he said i was doing the work of the lord essentially, but the pope in the vatican said, no, no, no, you were embarrassing us terribly. >> you get the impression they really do like this guy. this guy was so close, such confidence in, and genuinely liked. >> so close to the pope, the pope had a nickname for him.
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he would serve the pope his meals, help him dress, he was part of the pope's family. he lived in the vatican with his family. that's rarely done here. people are thinking once this is over, with the anticipation is the pope will step in -- the pope could step in at any time. the interesting thing about this, it's the pope's court. a papal symbol. they start with an incantation in the name of his holiness, the pope and the pope is also the victim in this. most people anticipate at the end of this, they will say, okay, justice has been done, he's confessed, and the pope might step in and say, fine, i'll pardon you. >> i'll have the last word. good that i am the pope. >> and he can have the last word. a very big night for brooklyn, the billion dollar barclays center opens with the jay-z nconcert. we'll go inside the arena when "cbs this morning" continues. ♪
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how do we continue the soul of brooklyn? it's not easy to define. >> it doesn't look like brooklyn has been bought. >> that's correct. that's correct. >> are you smiling? you think i'm right or wrong? >> i think the barclays center is in keeping with the spirit of brooklyn. >> in what way? >> it's very energetic, it's fashion. >> right. >> and you know people look at the history, there are -- there were a lot of claims to change like urban landscapes. eiffel tower. we do remember that there were protests against the eiffel tower, and now we cannot imagine paris without it. >> big expectations for the
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barclays center. bringing major league sports back to brooklyn. more than a half century after the dodgers left town. >> reporter: the brooklyn dodgers, the original boys of summer. baseball heroes like the duke, and, of course, jackie robinson. when they were moved to los angeles in 1957 and a baseball shaped wrecking ball began leveling everts field, dreams were crushed too. >> sadness, misery, crying. >> borough president was 12. >> luckily the ghosts of everett field will be lifted forever. >> reporter: the new barclays center in the heart of downtown center will be home to the nba's nets. >> it's basketball. what ab appropriate sport.
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basically a playground sport, urban sport. and brooklyn is the original urban playground. >> reporter: but it's more than just basketball. the center opens tonight with the first of eight soldout concerts by jay-z. part owner of the nets. other performers from barbra streisand to bob dylan to rush are scheduled. ♪ rather dramatic entrance. >> it sure says we're here. >> reporter: it seats 18,000 for basketball. more for concerts, the floor's herringbone pattern features the black and white logo designed by jay-z himself. state of the art digital scoreboard and exclusive and windowless luxury suites called the vault that goes for $550,000 a year. each comes with eight premium seats inside the arena. ground was broken on the $1
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billion building in march 2010. original part of a much larger development called atlantic yards. beyond the arena, plans for 6,000 apartments, plus office and retail space. a commitment required before ratner got the okay to build. >> i must say, there were at least a half dozen times along the way that i thought maybe this isn't going to happen. >> reporter: the project controversial from the beginning. >> we are like two peas in a pod. >> reporter: that's because the land acquired through emminent domain. the state seized 22 acres and evicted residents and businesses. >> this building is a monument to cronyism. >> one of them founded develop, don't destroy brooklyn. >> 22 acres in the heart of brooklyn to a single developer and kicking people out of their homes to do it, it's fundamentally wrong. >> reporter: in all 35 legal decisions slowed the project,
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and critics remain skeptical that the house willing be built in a timely manner. >> there are those who wonder when this housing will get built, if it will get built. does it? >> december 18th. ground breaking for our very first building. we never not finish a project, let me say that. it will be done and done beautifully. >> reporter: ratner remains convinced this project will change this borough for the better for decades to come. for "cbs this morning," i'm jeff glor, brooklyn, new york. >> whenever have you this kind of development, have you people who worry about what happens to the neighborhood, but what this does, reminds all of us that new york city is not just manhattan, it's also places like boroughs like brooklyn, which have a lot going for them. >> no doubt indeed. interesting to see how that all
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an update on a cold case that took nine years to solve. a couple brutally murdered in kansas. one victim's son and daughter fought to put at excused killer behind bars. we'll show you who she was, on "cbs this morning."
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i go to the olympics for nbc. >> that must have been great, you for nbc at the olympics. >> it was great, enjoyable, fun, except for the last night i was there. i said let's go get a cup of coffee at the come is eamissary. i see bruce jenner. i run out, like a scared little girl because i made some jokes.
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i see tom brokaw, and we chat, and he says, bruce. come over here! bruce jenner comes over, and i'm sweating. he grabs a banana and an apple and i'm going to do exactly what he did to me. he came over, and i go, hey, bruce. stop saying [ bleep ] about my face. >> he got caught. he got caught, there you go. nice to see you this morning, charlie and everyone. now to this story. millions of americans oppose same-sex marriage. however, a hong kong billionaire is taking it to a new level. >> he is offering a fortune to any man who can convince his daughter to marry him. trouble is, the daughter just married her long-time girlfriend. their story ahead here on "cbs morning news."
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"cbs this morning." israel's prime minister due to speak with president obama, after warning that iran could have a nuclear weapon in less than a year. a billionaire offers a jackpot to any man who can marry his lesbian daughter. call him father of the bride. first, here is a look at what's happening in the world and what we have been covering on "cbs this morning." >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> israel's prime minister is sending the world a clear warning, iran will have enough enriched uranium next summer to
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start building a nuclear weapon. >> and he put pressure on the u.s. to take a tougher tone. >> he is using the world stage to say this is not just our problem, your problem too. five people dead after a gunman opened fire at a minneapolis sign making business. >> a wonderful neighborhood, wonderful business, we have had a horrible tragedy. the situation on the ground is so brittle, the libyan government is reluctant to have a team of fbi go into benghazi. and both candidates focusing on fund-raising. >> the expectations couldn't be higher for mitt romney in these debat debates. >> if the replacement refs were here, when wld this game end? >> probably tomorrow. is this the most unbelievable afct of betrayal t maria? >> it's the most damaging thing i've done. pig farmers are predicting a
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bacon shortage. they say it can be averted if chris christie converts to islam. >> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is saying that iran is on the brink of making a nuclear weapon by next summer and the ultimatum is the only way to get iranians to back down. >> there is only one way to peacefully prevent iran from getting atomic bombs. and that's by placing a clear red line on iran's nuclear weapons program. this bomb has to be filled with enough enriched uranium, and if you want us to go through three stages, iran has completed the first stage. took them many years, but they completed it, and they are 70% of the way there.
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if these are the facts, and they are, where should a red line be drawn? a red line should be drawn right here. >> a white house spokesman says president obama will speak on the phone with netanyahu as early as today. in minneapolis this morning, a deadly workplace shooting being blamed on a former employee. holly wagner of minneapolis station wcco reports, the gunman killed four people, including the owner, and then killed himself. >> reporter: although police have not confirmed this, there are reports that the shooter was fired hours before returning to the small office building on the city's north side. a gunman opened fire inside the offices of accent signage. a family-owned business in bryn mawr, a quiet neighborhood in minneapolis, minnesota. >> a wonderful neighborhood and a wonderful business, we have had a horrible tragedy. >> reporter: the chaos began around 4:30 thursday afternoon as police and ambulances were
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called to the scene. several employees ran from the building to safety. one resident spoke it a frightened survivor. >> can you hear the sirens? there has been a shooting and he may be after me. >> reporter: heavily armed police scoured the area before it was known that the shooter had already ended it by turning the gun on himself. published reports say the gunman had recently been fired. the company's founder, among the dead, inside the building. by late thursday night, at least five people, including the shooter, were dead. three others remained in critical condition at a nearby hospital. according to the bureau of labor statistics, 458 people died in workplace-related homicides last year. talk to the folks in this town, and that's something that happens in other cities, not here. for "cbs this morning" holly wagner, minneapolis, minnesota. business as usual at the browns/ravens game last night. less than 24 hours after making a deal to end the lockout. pro football's regular officials
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returned to the field. the refs got a standing ovation and warm fwregreetings from the players too. those warm feelings didn't last all game. they were booed in the third quarter when they called a penalty against the home team. on monday night, replacement refs messed up a play at the end of the game. we know what happened there. the real refs begin voting on their contract later today. for people who use a smartphone, instagram is more popular than twitter. in august, an average of 7.3 million users went to instagram on their smartphones every day. half a million more users than twitter had. and the average user of twitter spent 170 minutes on the app, compared to 1257 minutes for instagram users.
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200,000 american adults were interviewed and found democrats preferred hein can, republicans liked coors light and sam adams. the most bipartisan brew? dos equis. >> how about apple march martini? always good. just saying. the daughter of a hong kong tycoon being flooded with marriage proposals. her father is offering big bucks to any man who can woo his daughter away from her female partner. >> reporter: hong kong is a special place in china. tolerance and western looking in its attitude, up to a point. cecil cho a property billionaire in with a taste for art and younger women. he doesn't have a taste for his daughter's sexualoran yentation.
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gigi cho has finalized her relationship with a woman. her father has offered a $65 million marriage bounty to any man who can convince gigi of the error of her ways. the proposals have flooded in. >> i'm interested in your offer to wed your daughter who also happens to be gay. i'm a male person who also happens to be gay. >> reporter: or one that says let's just get married and split the money 50/50. another adds, gigi chao, are you now the most sexiest woman alive. gigi says her father's interference is a generational thing. >> it's obvious he doesn't accept his daughter being gay, first of all. but he -- he doesn't accept it as a social statement. he can accept it as a sort of in
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the closet life-style choice, but not as a social statement. >> reporter: what this does to the gay rights moment in hong kong is unclear. but it certainly started a conversation. for "cbs this morning," i'm mark phillips in london. >> i think gigi just says thanks, dad, you stop talking. the other thing he said about his daughter is that she does volunteer work. she is a very good girl that does
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♪ why would a brother and sister try to put their own mother behind bars? they were certain she had killedkilled their father. how "48 hours" helped to solve the cold case. right now, time for this morning's "health watch" with dr. holly phillips. >> good morning. in today's "healthwatch", it cold or flu? now that fall is here and winter is peeking around the corner, the season for sneezing and coughing is in full swing. when symptoms start, it's important to know whether it's the common cold or the more serious illness, influenza, also
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known as the flu. your symptoms will give you the answer. the common cold starts with a sore throat lasting one or two days, and followed by a runny nose and congestion, along with cough by the fourth and fifth days. and it's worth taking out your thermometer. the common cold rarely causes a fever higher than 101. the flu comes on very suddenly and like a mack truck. severe fatigue, muscle aches and fevers higher than 101, and even up to 103 in children is seen in the flu. the common cold lasts about a week, the flu lingers on for about ten days or so. if you think you have the flu, see your doctor. anti viral medication can shorten the length of the flu. and pneumonia and bronchitis are treated most easily when caught early. wash your hands and avoid people who are sick to stay healthy all season long. i'm dr. holly phillips.
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tomorrow night, "48 hours" begins its 25th season with a murder mystery that went unsolved for years. the victim was a couple in kansas and richard schlesinger reports that "48 hours" was the first to identify the suspect, later arrested. >> this arrest in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant in duncan, oklahoma, was the result of ten years of investigation. both amateur and professional. dana chandler will have to stand trial for double homicide. >> she has a very complicated role in my life. because she is my mom, and she
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is my dad's killer. >> hawley's father, mike cisco, and his fiancee, karen harkness, were shot to death in 2002. from day one, h anch inaley and brother knew who did it. >> i know my mom did it. >> i don't want it to be her. >> reporter: her mother had stalked their father and karen for years. showing up unexpectedly at their homes, driving past family gatherings and calling incessantly. >> she would not let me off the phone. >> reporter: for nearly a decade, dana chandler walked free because there was no physical evidence linking her to the murders and she was living eight hours away in denver, colorado. in 2009, "48 hours" with our
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late colleague, harold dow, was the first to publicly name chandler as a suspect, and the case heated up. >> do you know anything about the death of michael and karen? >> i have no idea what happened to michael and karen. >> haley cisco started secretly recording her mother, hoping that dana would say something that she could use against her. >> haley, i was not in kansas saturday night at midnight. i was not in kansas at all that weekend. >> reporter: by 2009, a new set of prosecutors took a new look at the case and decided even though it had problems, they had enough to go to court. >> this case is never going to get better than it is right now today. >> i knew she had killed mike and karen, and i did not know that we would be able to prove it. >> reporter: but what the prosecution did have was two star witnesses. haley and her brother, dustin, who would have to take the
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stand, face their mother, and try to convince a jury that she is a murderess. richard schlesinger joins us now. kids testifying against their parents. >> imagine the position those kids were in. this is really a story about sort of courage and tenacity and the determination to seek justice. haley cisco tape recorded her own mother. she thought her mother was a suspect. looking for justice for her father, and that involved turning against her own mother. >> how conflicted she must have been. >> 25 years we've been on this show, on this broadcast, i have never met anyone quite as courageous or full of grace as she is. >> and the case of purely circumstantial, wasn't it? >> that was the tough part for prosecutors. jurors have come to expect
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forensic evidence. prosecutors call it "csi" effect. they didn't have any of that this they would like to have to show a jury. they took it anyway. they brought it up, took their chances. >> what did "48 hours" do here? >> this was a cold case when we first did this back with harold dow, and we named her as a suspect and we sort of brought -- we had shown the light on this case. >> questioned her. >> harold chased her down the street. this was one of those great opportunities where we could push the case along and we were glad to do it. >> this saturday, i know what i'll be doing saturday night. see richard's full report -- my life is very exciting -- listen, i'm a "48 hours" fan. >> nothing wrong with that. >> "my dad's killer," tomorrow
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in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years
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like the last four years. ♪ don't hear every day. in chicago, a man took his girlfriend up in a small plane. in mid flight, he told her controls were not working and asked her to read an emergency checklist. at the end it said initiate the ring engagement procedure. can you see where this is going? it was a phony emergency that turned into a marriage proposal. look at her. there she said yes. welcome back, everybody, to "cbs this morning." i'm norah o'donnell in washington. charlie rose and gayle king in new york. that's a cute way to propose. >> it's cute, but who wants to
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start their marriage proposal with a pair of depends? can you imagine how frightening? >> she thought that they were having a real emergency. >> charlie, next proposal don't do that? whoever that may be. >> my next proposal? moving along, many young adults and parents are asking a question that would have been shocking a few years ago. is the high cost of a college education really worth it? >> a new report says one out of every five family ms. america is paying off student debt. that's a record. stanford university president joins us now. we're pleased to have him here this morning. much to talk about. what an interesting place stanford is. how much does it cost in 2012 to go to stanford for a year, including housing and room and board? >> for a student who pays it all, and a family who has the ability to pay for it all, it's
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$50,000 a year. less than half of our students pay that. and typical students on financial aid has a financial aid package worth over $30,000 a year. >> the question becomes, john, is it worth the cost? >> that -- on that issue, gayle, there is really good data. it's a good investment. lifetime earnings investment repays at a high return, much higher than the stock market. >> what is the "stanford experience" you get from being on campus. gayle's daughter went to stanford, and got a lot out of other classmates. >> you have a set of students that are really accomplished, and you learn how to work with people that come from different backgrounds. how to lead, refine new ideas and be a life-long learner. that's what we want to teach
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undergraduates. >> you are encouraged to think big, dream big and think outside the box. it carries you for life. >> that's what undergraduate education should be. it should focus on the rest of your life. >> begin the process of lifetime learning. online, coming on fast. where is it going to go in terms of getting a stanford degree online? >> probably not a whole degree. we do at the graduate level offer degrees online. the undergraduate level, the whole residential experience, such a big part of what undergraduate education could be, i can't seeing in completely on line for that ever. you can imagine hybrid models where some of the work is done online, some is done in residents. >> what's interesting for me, they are no longer just on one campus. around the world, they are establishing research centers in different places, you came in the hopes of putting something
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here in. new york. what happened? >> we couldn't get on the same page. the city was looking for a degree of certainty and risk reduction that was difficult for us to achieve. question were looking for something multidecade type of investment and we couldn't bring it together in this regard. >> stanford has a unique relationship. so many people come out of stanford that go on and form companies like google. and they make tons and billions and billions of dollars. does the university get anything out of that? >> we do. we have a very generous set of donors. a building named for jerry yang, found every of yao hoo. hewlett-packard, the people who started silicon valley. is a wonderful, s relationship. >> it gives you bragging rights. i want to know why it costs so much, john hennessy. >> that's a good question.
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>> i wonder, as your hand vibrates when you write the check, why it costs so much money. >> there are two factors. >> and what are you going to do? >> that's a very good question. two factors, first, we are a service industry. where wages drive costs. what's happened, with he have highly educated people who are well paid and costs go up. the same way they do for medical services, legal services, dental services, things like that the second factor which many meshes are now seeing, the reduction of the state subsidies at the public universities have meant that tuition has got to make that up. that money has gone down, where does that money come from? from tuition. that's seen in massive increases in tuition. >> back to the question of stanford and the people and the endowments have you, are unique among university presidents that you sit on corporate boards? >> a number of other university presidents have sat on corporate boards.
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>> what is the benefit to stanford? >> i think the university has to do is they have to runaway the nonacademic side more efficiently. we operate a dining service, we operate all kinds of things. we can learn how to do that better. every dollar we free up in operating that helps us understand and move money to the academic side and improve the quality of the academic experience. >> thank you. john hennessy, good to see up. the beach boys captured the southern california scene of cars, surfing and romans, after 50 years it may be coming to an end after a final reunion concert tonight in london. anthony mason here with the latest episode in a half century of great songs, high drama. anthony, good morning. >> high drama indeed. this reunion never expected to happen. beach boys divided by feuds for decades and filed lawsuits against each other.
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but a second occasion inspired them to bury the hatchet, although briefly. ♪ >> reporter: for one more summer, the sound of summer went on tour again. the five surviving members of the beach boys, brian wilson, mike love, al gardine, bruce johnson, and david marks celebrated a golden anniversary this year with a new album and reunion shows on four continents. how did you decide to get back together? >> it's the 50th anniversary of our group so it makes a lot of sense. it's a remarkable milestone. >> they made a career of setting milestones. no american rock band has more top 40 hits. but for all the high notes and harmonies, a discordant history hangs over the beach boys. you haven't always gotten along. >> yeah. that's true. >> reporter: in an interview on "cbs sunday morning" earlier
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this year, mike love admitted drugs long ago divided the band. >> there is myself and bruce and allen who didn't -- didn't partake and the wilsons and other people around them, were into anything and everything. >> how long a period was that? >> long enough. long enough to do some damage. >> reporter: and the damage was enduring. disputes over writing credits, royalties and publishing rights slowly drove the beach boys apart. in recent years, the three founding members were each leading separate touring groups. wilson, long considered the group's creative mastermind, couldn't seem to coexist with his cousin, mike love. >> we just got tired of, you know, what we were doing, so we thought we would try a different trip. >> reporter: you wanted to go your own way? >> right.
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>> reporter: and after tonight's reunion concert in london, the beach boys will go their separate ways again. love, who owns the rights for the band name and keyboardist bruce johnson, start a new tour next week. without wilson, gardine and marks. a representative for love said, the 50th anniversary tour with all five members was always planned to end with the shows in london. the tour always had a mutually agreed beginning and end. but wilson, a statement said, i'm disappointed and can't understand why love doesn't want to tour with al, david, and me. he added, we're out here having so much fun. after all, we are the real beach boys. ♪ >> it looks the hope for an endless summer has come to an end. with all five members in their 70s, tonight could be the last
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time they perform together. >> people will miss them, huh? >> nobody sounds like them. >> it's interesting, the dynamic between the two of them. >> you were talking about this. you felt them when you interviewed them, you can't help but miss it when are you in the room, there's a palpable tension between these guys. when i met them, it felt like they sort of have been able to scotch tape this together for a period of time, and you really wondered if it was going to hold. >> in the en, td, the lure to bg back on stage brought them back. >> i'm sure that the money was pretty good. that influences people, and so for that -- but they were deferential to each other, being positiv politely, but tensions still there underneath. >> thank you. janet montgomery used to be a british ballerina, now she plays a tough talking lawyer from new jersey. here with us this morning. we'll talk with her right after the break.
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she'll sit a too many americans are struggling to find work in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion
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by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years like the last four years. ♪
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in the closet, it's a murder weapon, a fashion accessory. also, if she used a pair of pliers, she would have chipped a nail. >> i'm sorry. who are you? >> martina garetti. first year. >> martina frances garetti. a new drama called "made in jersey," a working class woman becomes an attorney at a top you in yonew york law firm. she was actually made in london. i can't wait for the accent. >> hi. >> tell us about yourself. i know i have seen you in "entourage." people have a sense of who you are. it's so interesting, the
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character you play with who you really are. >> well, i -- it's totally different accent wise. a lot of martina, the reason people respond to me, my manager was like this part is perfect for you. >> why do you think it was perfect for you? >> she did, because there was a lot about the character that worked with me. regardless of the background of the accent and being a lawyer, she thought there was something i could bring to this character. >> you know what else i thought was interesting? part of your interview was by skype. i am thinking you had to be really good, because they interviewed close to 200 people and they picked you looking at you on skype. >> maybe that or maybe i come across better on the internet. i don't know. >> what is your perception of new jersey before you started playing this character? a lot of jersey shows here in the states. >> i don't think i had really knew a lot about new jersey like the garden state. it was all sort of research based, but probably the
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"sopranos" is all i could really -- >> are you familiar with "jersey shore." >> i've heard of "the jersey shore." haven't actually watched it. i did watch "jerseylicious" which is pretty funny. >> how do you describe your character, martina? >> a really, strong independent female who is not only smart, but also has a real kind of humanity to her. so i think you really respond to her, she's not your regular female lead. >> i'm so fascinated by your accent and how you learned to do it. what did you do? who did you study? >> i worked with a dialect coach and studied various people from new jersey. it's such a mish mash of accentses. >> like who? >> mira sore vvino. a 1992 interview she did with
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david letterman. i wanted to come across with her intelligence, as well as the new jersey funny and smart. tried to ground her voice. >> they told you, sometimes go cousin vinny, go marissa torme. that's a really good accent. you are on "black swan," and he said i'm going to create a part for you. i'll see you in five years at the oscars, because you're a star. >> he did say that. i wonder if he will admit to saying that. it was an audition. i hadn't worked for a while. and i went in for anfinished th started crying when he said that. >> i hope it's true. tonight's your debut. we're cheering you on. >> thank you very much. >> thank you for coming. the premiere of "made in jersey"
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starts tonight at 9:00, 8:00 building central. we'll be right back. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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♪ tomorrow on "cbs this morning saturday," damian lewis won the emmy for his work on "homeland." he'll be in studio 57 to tell us what's ahead tomorrow on "cbs this morning saturday." >> i want to catch up on "homeland." getting so much attention. >> i want to thank you again for
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the iphone. are you aware you can speak into it and it records the e-mail for you? >> yes. >> i didn't know. >> we'll take a look back at the week that was. >> bye, norah. >> will she become part of all this? >> i hope she will. she's really good at this, and doing it lock before i was. >> what's the goal? >> to lead a purposeful meaningful life. >> what's the difference between warm and hot? >> he didn't refer to me by name. he called me the lady. >> please tell me what iran is doing. >> politics. politics. had to bring that in. >> the question, what's he going to do. >> be more aggressive. >> i'll be who i am. >> he has the new ad where he is speaking directly to the camera for 60 seconds. is it too late? >> that should have been done three or four months ago. >> how do you know? the vastgation isn't completed. >> one of the things that you will get used to.
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>> i'll never allow him to come back to the united states. >> i thought they came to some kind of an agreement. >> give a ray of hope to families. >> 77 million baby boomers will be going on medicare. hello, my name is gayle. >> this is incredible. >> how does it feel? >> probably right up there with my kids. >> peter greenberg. >> peter greenberg talking often. >> he dressed up for us. look at you in your happy tie. norah pointed wearing your harry potter glasses. >> thank you very much. >> handwritten notes. >> this one doesn't look perfect. >> tomato. >> very chatty, that peter. >> we'll come rescue you in a minute. >> i thought you sent us doughnuts. >> you have been talking about the iphone 5. >> carol burnett is a clipper
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these days. >> absolutely. >> adam didn't have time to dust. >> how long can you chase this? >> i'm 31, going on 22, though. >> not there. >> lucy, we apologize. >> ipad and amazon. >> it will be a long year, charlie. >> here is charlie, oh, my gosh. >> there you are. >> yay! >> have you and peter greenberg bonded this morning? >> he told all of us we were losers before 9:00 in the morning. ♪ moon river >> certainly the ending of monday night's game was the pivotal point of getting this done. >> this is an eight-year deal, and the commissioner says the regular refs will be on the field tonight for the browns/ravens game. >> somewhere in the first quarter was the first blown call. the most controversial call. they will be booed.
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the most controversial call. they will be booed. >>sissy in the people, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job training, working with an anacostia school that promotes academic excellence, or supporting an organization that serves 5,000 meals a day across d.c., what's important to the people of greater washington is important to us, and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger.
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katie perry's killer ex-boyfriend. >> cops say he beat his land lady to death using super human strength. >> they dated for more tan a year. did she even write a song about him? >> i hope you hang urself ♪ please help me. >> male model mid-air melt down. >> i can't breathe. >> he grabbed top of my hair and pulled it back and says i want to kiss you. the mom arrested just for letting her kids ride scooters outside. >> me arrested for allowing my children to play outside. >> exclusive. >> most bizarre finish you will ever see. >> my son the ref. what the dad of the most
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vilified ref is telling "inside edition." >> your son blew that call. what do you say in his defense? >> there is a man with a rocket launcher on the corner. >> terror hoax outrage. the teen who dressed like a terrorist with a fake rocket launcher. >> then she was picked on for her big ears. she was mocked for the mole on her face. >> people tease me. >> bullied kids. >> ready to go? >> going under the knife just to feel good about themselves. the life changing surgery. hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. singer katie perry got some shocking news today. her former boyfriend is dead. he killed himself after murdering his land lady and her cat. jim moret has more on the tragedy and look at how katie is handling the news. reporter: katie perry's ex-boyfriend savagely murdered his land lady and killed
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himself. 28-year-old actor johnny lewis beat the elderly woman to death in her home in los angeles during a drug fueled rampage. this is the house in the upscale neighborhood where the bizarre murder/suicide occurred. police say katie perry's ex-boyfriend showed super human strength. he killed the 81-year-old woman and her cat. then used a two by four to attack two men who responded to the woman's screams for help. >> lewis who rented a room in the house was found dead in the driveway after apparently jumping from the third floor. lewis began dating katie perry when he was appearing on the tv show the oc. they were serious item for more than a year but their split was acrimonious. >> katie reportedly mocked her former boyfriend in this song, you're so gay. ♪[ music ] one line says i hope you hang yourself with your h and m scarves.
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she recorded the song in 2007. a year before her breakout hit, i kissed a girl. lewis was also a regular on the hit fx drama sons of anarchy for two seasons before he was killed in the dramatic season finale. katie is on tour in japan. she was informed today about the murder/suicide and was said to be shocked and saddened. >> those neighbors who came to the aid are said to have been badly beaten. nfl fans have plenty to cheer about today now that the referee lockout is settled. regular refs will be calling tonight's game, but the hurt feelings and anger over the replacement isn't over yet. the father of the referee that made that call argued around the world says he didn't deserve the abuse he got. >> the most bizarre finish you will ever sees in there is jubilation across the nation that the replacement referees who blew this crucial call are history.
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the real refs are back. >> see the smile on my face. >> i see it. >> a lot of football. >> it looks like they struck a deal with the nfl refs. they will be back. >> in green bay which lost the game on that jaw dropping blunder, the headline is simply, yes. fans no longer have to put up with the replacement refs. some of whom weren't considered good enough for the lingerie football league. we caught wasn't l.a. temptations of the lingerie league. >> as football players and as fans, we were stoked to have the real refs back. >> oh, yeah. definitely. the deal was hammered out after two days of marathon negotiations even as the replacement refs continued to be mocked on late night tv. >> it's hard to be a football ref ♪ when you don't know the football rules ♪ >> the ridicule has en particularly relentless on lance easley, the replacement ref who immediate that touchdown call.
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who did they give it to? touchdown! >> he is a banc of america vice-president and here he is reffing a high school football game in santa maria, california. now his father, roy, a crusty ol' timer straight out of clint eastwood's new movie trouble with the curve is coming to his son's defense. >> you are outraged that the nation is focusing on this single call. is that right? >> absolutely. there are so many more important things in the world. >> three generations of easleys have been referees. roy for 40 years. his son lance and now his grandson. contrary to most of us, the loyal dad insists that lance made the correct call when he ruled that now infamous play was a touchdown. and he thinks his son has been unfairly targeted as the guy who made the worst call ever. >> he is a replacement ref and works for banc of america. that means he screwed us twice. >> how do you respond to jay leno taking a jab at your son like that? >> then he need to go out on
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the field and blow that whistle and make a few calls and then pop off. then he might have a right to criticize not just my son but any official. >> now get this. roy easley says his son willo down in sports history as the guy who finally got the replacement refs off the field. >> he will get the credit for stopping this lockout at which is ironic. tonight's game between cleveland and baltimore will be officiated by a group headed by a referee with ten years nfl experience. you have to wonder where kids would ride their scootfers it weren't out in front of the house and that's exactly where two kids were. as their mother says, she watched them from the driveway. the cops were called and mom was arrested. she says simply for letting her children play outside. >> how in the world could this have happened. >> me, arrested for allowing my children to play outside.
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>> that's right. police arrested stay-at-home mom tammy cooper for allowing her two kids to ride scooters on the street outside her house. >> that's wasn't neighbor across the street called 911 and reported that the kids were being neglected. that's when police arred, handcuffed tape -- tamy, put her in a orange jump suit and locked her in a jail cell for 18 hours. so who is the neighbor who called the police? her son didn't want to talk to us. >> do you know why your mom called 911 that day? does she have something against her neighbor? >> and within minutes of our arrival, cops from the houston suburb of laporte showed up but they didn't want to talk either. tammy says bad blood has been brewing ever since she asked her neighbor to clean up after her dog. >> right here. and you asked her to clean it up. >> i asked her if she could come and clean up her dog's leavings and so she did agree to clean it up and she did clean it up. i thought that was the end of
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it. do you think this is revenge? >> i do think it's revenge. >> she says she was watching her children the whole time from a chair in her driveway. >> my daughter was hysterical. she had her arms wrapped around the police officer's leg. screaming, please don't take my mother to jail. it was beyond a nightmare. >> charges were dropped. mrs. cooper says she plans to sue the police department. we received a statement from city officials who told us that after all of the evidence has been reviewed, they are confident that claims against the city and the officer will be dismissed. now the hunky male model who lost it in the air. his meltdown was so bad that one fellow passenger says he is taking duct tape with him the next time he travels. the model's next gig is explaining himself to the judge. they are hurting me. i can't breathe breathe. reporter: a hunky airline passenger allegedly going berzerk on the plane. >> ow! help me! authorities say the male model
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grabbed women passengers and acted aggressively. he is screaming because other passengers say they had no option but to restrain him. >> i can't feel my arm. they are hurting me. >> he was screaming help me, help me. and it was us who needed the help. >> hair dresser shot this video of the drama which happened on a four hour united airlines flight from chicago to john wayne airport in california. >> the 26-year-old male model was drunk. she says she had to fend him off after he tried to kiss her. >> he grabbed the top of my hair and pulled it back and says i want it kiss you. and i said, listen. you are out of control. get away and go sit down right now. she says she was horrified by his behavior. >> he had three bottles of jack daniels and in a short amount of time with a can of beer. >> jeweler david trong helped tie the guy up. that's him among the group of concerned passengers.
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>> we had him down, restrained him with a belt. there was someone also on his arm because he would get loose. >> everyone started holding him down. he was kicking and screaming. >> he said i'm going to find all of you, kill you and your family. >> you can also see a flight attendant thanking trong for his help. oh, my gosh. hurry up. >> passengers applauded when cops came on board and took the male model in to custody. >> please, everyone, take your seats. remain seated. >> the model was due in federal court thursday charged with interfering with a flight crew. trong says he learned a lesson from the model's crazy behavior. >> i will carry duct tape on my carry on. and there was another crazy scene on a different site as two flight attendants from united airlines went at. it the plane was forced to land after the pilot called an
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incident in to report it. next. >> there is a man with a rocket launcher on the corner. >> terror hoax outrage. the teen who dressed like a terrorist with a fake rocket launcher. then she was picked on for her big ears. she was mocked for the mole on her face. >> people tease me. >> bullied kids. >> ready to go? >> going under the knife just to feel good about themselves. the life changing surgery. >> and they had 24 weddings all around the world and they are not really married. "inside edition" in high
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it's about a boy for reese witherspoon. the star has welcomeled her third child and he is named for a state. >> it's a boy for reese witherspoon. jees just gave birth to her third child and named him tennessee james. why tennessee? reese used to live in nashville.
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both mom and the baby are healthy, reese's rep says in a state dad is jim, a high powered hollywood agent. here is a rare sight. usually dour kristen stuart is -- stewart is smiling. perhaps the reports she has gotten back together with pasonten iltrue. looking fashionable herself in a canary yellow jacket and black slacks. no, that's not audry hepburn. it's tina fey channeling her inner audry in a photo shoot for the cover of the new issue of entertainment weekly magazine. tina recreates classic opening of breakfast at tiffany's and pose was long cigarette holder. entertainment weekly is on stands friday. and a young mitt romney draws a line in the sand literally proclaiming his love for his future wife ann. "time" magazine obtained photo which was snapped in 1968, romney drew the giant heart on a beach in france when he was overseas for a year as a mormon
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missionary. it's not the fourth of july, but there were plenty of fire works on the view when ann coulter and woopy goldberg got into a real shouting match. if you are going to talk about race, at least, at least know what you are talking about. at least know what you are talking about. >> what don't i know. >> tell me what you know about being black. >> fireworks erupt between woopy goldberg and ann colter. >> your facts are a little shaky. >> happened while coulter was plugging her new book, racial department goingory from the 70s to obama. in it she lls white liberals racists. >> i don't think liberals cared about black people. democratic segregationist were all about democrats and lie they were conservative democrats -- >> segregationist darlen and they -- everybody was. white people were, they have -- didn't matter if they were
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republicans or not. >> the first -- >> next time we will sit down with ann coulter and ask her why things got heated. they can out this image of a young man walking around the streets carrying a rocket launcher. this is not in the middle east. it's phoenix, arizona. and turns out it was all just a terror hoax. a sight both bizarre and terrifying in downtown phoenix. a man dressed as terrorist walking with what looked like a rocket propelled grenade launcher. the elapsed time in the lower right hand corner allegedly shows how long he has been marching around without anyone stopping him. minute after minute cars wiz passed and nobody appears to do anything about. it though cops were bombarded by 911 calls. the weapon is a fake the kid carrying it is 16 years old and the guy filming the whole thing is his uncle who is trying to test police response time. listen to his voice as he
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narrates the action. >> i remember thinking, there is a man with a rocket launcher on the corner. why is this taking so long for law enforcement to respond. >> by this time the boy has supposedly been strutting around with the weapon for more than five minutes. and his uncle claims the wild escapade went on for nearly 15 minutes before a cop appeared on the scene. >> put it down. put it down. put your camera down. >> the uncle, michael david turley was arrested for the crazy stunt which won't soon be forgotten on the streets of phoenix. contrary to whats film maker claims, police say they did respond wan few minutes of receiving the calls. other news today, estimated one in every six children in this country is bullied and kids can be cruel over the most ridiculous things. now two girls say they won't be bullied any more. this little girl's ears stick out. and it breaks her heart when kids pick on her. this little girl has a big mole
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on her face and she gets bullied, too. >> people tahitian me and bully me -- people bully me. >> all they ever wished for was an end to the bullying over the y they look. now their wishes are about to come true. >> abby, an 11-year-old from ohio, has come to the manhattan eye, ear and throat hospital in new york city for an operation that will place her ears closer to her head. >> ready to go? >> tearful mom wishes her luck. >> i love you. >> meanwhile 13-year-old amaya has come to the same hospital all the way from san antonio, texas, to have that mole removed from her cheek. her mom says it best. >> i just want amaya to feel as beautiful as we know she already is. >> surgeon goes to work on abby's ears. it's a painstaking two and a half hour procedure. and amaya's mole business to
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become a thing of the past as doctors work to remove it. both operations are courtesy of the little baby face foundation which is devoted to correcting facial deformities in children. >> okay. so we are going to take this dressing off. >> a week later it's the moment of truth. abby hasn't seen her new ears yet. shielded by protective cups. did the operation work? >> they look really good. >> it certainly did. just look at those beautiful ears. abby's mom is overcome with emotion. >> i don't know how to thank you enough. >> and look at this magical moment as the bandage is taken off of amaya's face. the mole is gone. >> i can touch it? >> sure, it's your face. >> it's beautiful. look at that. >> in time the scars will fade and with luck so will their memories of being bullied.
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just because they look different. >> you happy? >> yes. and when we come back, another happy story. why one couple has gotten married 24 times all over the world. check out today's coupons. go to the inside deal section of too many americans are struggling to find work
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in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years
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like the last four years. ♪ they had 24 weddings all over the world. >> most couple find it tough planning one wedding. not alex and lisa. they have gotten married 24 times. >> 24 weddings in 17 countries so far. >> it started when they got engaged and couldn't make up their minds where to get married so they decided to travel the world and find the perfect spot. >> first they flew to canada where they tied the knot three times. on horseback, in traditional native indian dress on a beach.
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and at the airport in vancouver. >> then they bought a 25-year-old mper they named peggy and drove to the usa passing through las vegas they got hitched again at a drive through wedding chapel. their adventures continued south of the border. >> must kiss the bride. >> they tangoed at their wedding in argentina. took an underwater plunge in mexico. and waded with dolphins in hawaii. lisa often wears the same dress but they also adopt the local dress and customs riding a donkey in colombia. or covering their bodies with the faux body tatoo u-- tatoos of a remote tribe in canada. they even walked down the aisle in vampire costumes for a halloween wedding in los angeles. in all they have been married 24 times. they spoke with our les trent.
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finally saving bambi. >> a little deer let out a loud scream after falling into an open well. a sheriff's deputy uses the rope to lasso the little guy and he is hoisted free. finally bambi is on his way to freedom. noisy little thing.
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"good morning america's" robin roberts' recovery today and the new message to viewers after her bone marrow transplant. >> as her co-host opens up about the show's coverage of her health battle. i'm brooke anderson. >> and i'm kevin frazier. "the insider" is on. if you had the power to save a life, would you? >> her new public plea and health update after the bone marrow transplant. >> she had her transplant a week ago today. she's on track. >> plus, after reports questioned "good morning america's" coverage of her illness, what her co-anchor is saying about the tv family support. >> as "today" fires off on "good morning america" and response to criticism over ann curry's firing. >> it wasn't matt lauer's fault or matt lauer's decision.
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katy perry and a new hollywood murder mystery. >> her ex-boyfriend just found dead. >> i'm at the hollywood home where the actor and an elderly woman both passed away under suspicious circumstances. tonight, "scandal" premiere and inside the white house with star kerry washington. >> you look good here. >> president frazier has a certain ring to it. then -- inside britney's fashion evolution, from sexy schoolgirl to "x factor" bombshell. >> she dresses more like a grownup. and -- inside tv's most extreme weddings. >> the couple tying the knot 24 times. >> two dogs saying i do. >> and the nuptials in the nude. >> my god, you know, i should start working out. now from hollywood, "the insider" is on. or, how about you put on a wedding dress? >> or that. welcome to "the insider." i'm kevin frazier. crazy, extreme weddings on the way. >> and i'm brooke anderson. thanks for spending some time with us. the morning show wars heat
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up, with a report of matt lauer pay cut, and with "good morning america's" coverage of robin roberts's illness questioned. is it getting a little too contentious? it's all in tonight's inside story. >> i make my living asking tough questions. so, here's a question for you, if you had the power to save a life, would you? i have a chance to survive blood cancer, because my big sister answered yes to being my marrow donor. >> "good morning america" today, releasing a brand-new psa featuring robin roberts. the video was taped before her bone marrow transplant last week. >> robin is our idol. she is the strongest woman. that any of us has ever met. >> robin's co-anchors said that her campaign, be the match, could help thousands. >> it's not just new york. it's coming to your town if you want it. shout out. >> despite the increased awareness some journalists are questioning "good morning america's" coverage of robin's health update. in a column,
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in the chicago sun-times, tom shales wrote, quote, abc has managed to turn the very serious illness of co-anchor roberts into a huge promotional opportunity for "good morning america." and this weekend, an associated press writer asked, how much is too much in robin roberts coverage? >> i think it's always a risk to question someone's motivations. when they have an illness. because robin's motivation is to create awareness. >> the bottom line, robin is getting better. she had a bone marrow transplant one week ago. she's on track. and anything beyond that is her news to tell. our news to tell is for people to become bone marrow donors. all of the attention leads to our inside focus, is "good morning america" now the official morning show king? >> they have the momentum. this past week, they had the biggest margin over the "today" show in 18 years. they're not just winning by a little, they're winning by a lot. >> "new york times" media reporter bill carter has written extensively about the morning shows.
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this morning, he interviewed "today's" executive producer jim bell. bell said that lauer will not be taking a pay cut and he suggested that "good morning america" was a tabloid-type show. "good morning america" fired back with this statement, quote, i think the audience has spoken loud and clear about its preference in the morning. facts are facts -- nbc has lost virtually every single week since jim bell's disastrous decision to replace ann curry. even when they led with princess kate's topless pictures, they can't seem to win. meanwhile, tomorrow night, lara premiers a new hgtv show. today, "good morning america" is all about registering bone marrow donors. >> it doesn't hurt and it can save lives. >> now, keep this in mind, the company be the match which registers bone marrow donors, since roberts was diagnosed they have had 44,000 people register. that's normally a full year of registrations. they are making people more aware. >> she's raising awareness through her illness. her ordeal. her nightmare and i appreciate
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the support that she's getting from her colleagues. okay, right now, we turn to the new questions in a real-life murder mystery coming out of hollywood. tonight, is there a connection to singer katy perry? >> it's a very gruesome scene. it's a very senseless crime. >> an up-and-coming actor who starred in the series "sons of anarchy" is dead. and also the suspect in the grisly murder of his landlady. >> how are you feeling? >> good, man. >> 28-year-old johnny lewis, was found sprawled on the driveway of a home in this wealthy l.a. neighborhood. >> it's absolutely incredible. >> our debbie matenopoulos at the scene. >> according to police, neighbors heard screams coming from this house and called 911. soon thereafter, lewis reportedly started an altercation with the next-door neighbor and a house painter, allegedly beat him with a 2 x 4. >> the guy came up on the deck with a piece of wood.
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and started to beat up the painter. >> now, the late actor's katy perry connection. ♪ >> back in 2006, lewis, then on the popular show "o.c.," was dating newcomer katy perry. two years later, perry landed her first hit. ♪ >> there are reports that lewis' bizarre and erratic behavior may have been the result of drugs such as pcp or crystal meth. he did reportedly just finished a stint in rehab. >> the suspect was jumping over the wall back and forth. >> by the time police arrived, lewis had either fallen or jumped to his death. from a roof top or balcony. today, the executive producer of "sons of anarchy" -- just six days ago, lewis was released from jail after being charged with assault and burglary. responding to allegaons that foul play could have resulted in the actor's death, an lapd
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spokesman said that no one was around to push lewis. >> it's one of those stories that seems too crazy to be true. >> tragic. >> and speaking of story lines that shock and surprise, time to talk about abc's political drama "scandal." it's one of my favorite shows and i went to the set to hang out with my girl, kerry washington, she gave us a tour of the oval office, first time that she's ever given a tour to anybody. as she gets for tonight's season two premiere. here we are. on the set of "scandal." at the white house. >> just outside of the oval office. >> no one has ever got an tour. >> no one. >> no one except "the insider." >> this is amazing. >> it's kind of great. it's actually bigger than the real oval office. >> is it really? >> it is. because we have to set cameras and such in here. the carpet reminds you of who whose office it is. at all times. >> kerry washington speaking to
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a crowd of 20,000 at the democratic national convention. more than 36 million watched it on tv. >> i am so grateful to be here with you tonight. >> what was that moment like for you? >> i was so nervous. >> were you? >> it was an honor. it was a tremendous honor. yeah, i felt a lot of the pressure of that and how special it was for sure. >> we can't do this. >> i love you. >> i destroyed that girl. >> last season on "scandal" things in the white house spiraling out of control. >> season two of the hit abc show premieres tonight is. more scandalous than ever. >> chief of staff may be a killer. the first lady is going to get pregnant by somebody, we don't know who. >> mm-hmm. >> your relationship has been kind of flamed back up and we have someone working for you. we don't know who she is. >> that's right.
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>> how much further can we go? >> the first script of the season, no more worries, it's b bananas. >> campaign contributions. >> kerry plays olivia pope, a crisis management expert who knows how to clean up capitol hill messes. a character whose life is loosely based on real-life d.c. insi insider judi davis who helped monica lewinsky. >> you look good here. >> i feel good. >> put your feet up. yeah, do it. >> you know, president frazier has a certain ring to it. >> it's amazing. it's amazing. he's signing a bill that promises his own tenure. at "the insider." forever. >> kerry is one of my favorite people in hollywood. you know what, and she's smart and fine.
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you can't beat that combination. by the way, we saw kerry at the emmys this past sunday and how about this video from her celebrity stylist? and she showed us how she got kerry ready. she shared the images with hiphollywood.com. we're sharing them with you. how she did simple hair and makeup. >> she was flawless. >> yeah. >> and a big sweetheart at the emmys. >> and smart and fine. >> that's right, beauty and brains. how britney spears' style changed from pop star to composed x factor judge. then on the road with one of tv's most popular blue-collar comedians. plus, one of the most extreme weddings captured on camera, including puppies getting married.
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let me tell you something, folks, you can't fix stupid.
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[ laughter ] >> that's comedian ron white taking aim at his ex-wife in his act, famously called you can't fix stupid. >> that act was a huge hit for the comedian. he since married a new woman, tonight, he's showing what life is like for him on the road. >> you have seen one woman naked. you want to see the rest of them naked. >> he's a hit with taylor swift. sheryl crow and biebs have caught his sold-out shows. and jeff foxworthy. >> come on the bus, man. this is where i live on the road. it's what we call tattered grounds. >> he turned it into big bucks. he's worth a reported $10 million and travels in the margo rey, named after his third wife. his bus has a fully stocked bar, shower, beds. of course, a humidor. white grew up in the tiny town
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of fritch, texas. did a stint in the navy. and has a 21-year-old son. he spent 20 years honing his comedy. >> i guess he doesn't travel that much. not used to this equipment. you can have fun with that. you can do what i do. i take two viagara and demand a pat-down. ron's humor has earned him two nominati nominations. a little unprofessional down low on ronwhite.com. >> you can watch it on your television, computer, smartphone. >> white is forever grateful to foxworthy. >> because you're really funny, but you need to put the punch line at the end of the joke. i have been doing it that way ever since. you just go for a long time to make me a famous comedian. >> you know, as you can see,
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ron's very busy on the road. he also had a part in jennifer aniston's "horrible bosses." so, he is a man of the stage and film and the small screen, he's busy and he's raking in the dollars. >> he's a hot commodity. also still ahead -- extreme weddings. from all around the world. we'll show you a couple who's been married more than two dozen times. then, we got bride to be britney spears and her revolving style. [ thunder crashes ] [ male announcer ] if you think all batteries are the same... consider this: when the unexpected happens, there's one brand of battery more emergency workers trust in their maglites: duracell. one reason: duralock power preserve. it locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. guaranteed. so, whether it's 10 years' of life's sunny days... or... the occasional stormy one... trust goes a long way. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere.
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♪ do you remember when that video first came out? >> it was pretty shocking. >> it was one of those moments where you were like, britney spears? >> overt sexuality.
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>> if you want to call it overt. it was, real. now she's a mother. she's a different woman. >> now she's 30, she's on the x factor as a judge. and she's getting praise for her image makeover. tonight, we're unveiling britney's image revolution. >> so far, everything has been so much fun for all of us. i feel like you're a true star. >> thank you. >> she's reigning pop princess, she's grown up. >> the style editor for "lucky" magazine out now and she's followed britney's fashion evolution. >> all in all, smart businesswoman. >> thank you, darling. >> that looks beautiful on you. >> britney, on last night's show, a far cry from her pop princess past. exhibit a, the early years. it was the video that launched her international success. 18-year-old britney's schoolgirl look becoming a fashion trend. >> this is my love.
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my love is to perform for people. >> but there were what some would call fashion missteps. in 2003. >> she was in a floor-length strapless denim gown. >> as britney's fame grew, her fashion evolved. exhibit b, the vixen years. whether she's stripping on stage or dancing with a snake, britney knows how to showcase her best accessory, her body. >> you see almost a new older more mature britney emerge. >> skin-tight body suits and belly-baring bikini tops became her signature look. 13 years and 2 kids later, britney's style is still changing. exhibit c, all buttoned up. >> she's dressing more like a grownup. we see her in more tailored dresses, more designer pieces.
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>> britney with a coif do dancing gangnam style on "ellen." in a red alexander mcqueen and wearing more high-end designs on "the x factor." >> we will see this more ladylike polished trend from her. britney being britney, expect the unexpected. from one music legend to another, lionel richie surprised an iraqi national guard unit. they stencilled lionel richie face on their gear. they would play "all night long." because their unit is named night long and they fly all night long. >> right. then he surprised them. how cool is that. fantastic. all right, moving on to dogs saying i do. brides and grooms reciting vows naked. and this morning, on the "today" show, one couple who tied the knot 24 times. on a beach in peru, a lake in michigan and horseback in the canadian country side,
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this british couple have tied the 24 times in 13 countries. and she's still a blushing bride. >> every time we get married and we get the sweaty palms, it's just the anticipation of the whole thing, we meet new friends. >> it's a new place, new people, new traditions. >> your wedding is really your red-carpet moment. weddings are really what you want to make of them. >> the knot specializes in unique weddings said that destination weddings are a popular trend. >> it's a wonderful way to make it a more intimate affair and a romantic setting for you and your significant other. your wedding is your day to shine. >> it was two, years after too much wine, they quit their jobs and sold their belongings in search of their perfect destination wedding. >> the idea is after these wedding, we choose a favorite place and go back. >> most of the traditional
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ceremonies but not legal, they're saving that for the real thing. >> they don't cost much, either, thanks to the generosity of locals. >> it's about people giving the time. it's just people getting involved. it's not about the money. >> no, i think one of our favorite cost $8. it doesn't cost anything. people coming together and making it special. >> from worldwide weddings to bow wow vows. >> do you take carmen as your wife? >> we have four hours to go. chef's got here. the food, i can smell it. >> food, flowers and four-legged guests, these dog owners went all out for their dog nuptials on national geographic channel. >> he's a father of five. so, he's happy. >> next, it's naked nuptials. >> i think many people would consider it taboo to be married in such a way. >> it's not your typical wedding
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venue, but their nude ceremony in jamaica will be one to remember. the couple chose to do something different to celebrate milly's remission from cancer. >> that changed our lives. >> i think that led to our decision to go get married in the nude. and kind of do something outside of the norm. >> wow. at least she didn't have to shell out hundreds or thousands of dollars for a bridal gown. >> does that make it okay? >> looking on the bright side. still to come -- behind the
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and we have behind the scenes footage of the stars gearing up for the presidential race. >> that's right. >> yeah. >> you know i'm talking about the student council president race? >> oh. here's chord's impression of former president, george w. bush. >> americans. terrorism. i don't think you heard me. >> he also does an impression of john wayne that a lot of people love. check out more on our facebook page, everybody. take care. >> bye.
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wayne: one more time! you've got the big deal of the day! (screaming) who wants to make a deal? oh! jonathan: it's a trip to fiji! - oh, my god! amazing! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: hi, everybody. welcome to my home, "let's make a deal." beautiful tiffany coyne with me, jonathan mangum, cat gray. you know what we do, we make deals. let's make a deal. but before i make my first deal, i need a personal assistant. who wants to help me out? (cheers and applause) you, with the clown wig. catherine, catherine, come here, catherine. hey.
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hello, pretty clown. - hello, hello. wayne: i like your afro. - thank you. wayne: right on, right on. - mmm, it's nice, huh? wayne: so what do you do? - i'm a wedding planner. wayne: you're a wedding planner. i don't want to be awkward, but, catherine? - yes. (cheers and applause) wayne: will you be my assistant? - yes, yes, yes! wayne: we're going to be so happy. you've got $2,500 in your hand. - whoo! wayne: so you're going to help me make deals with two other traders. so i'm going to bring them up and you're going to handle the money, okay? who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) the pirate, the pirate on the end. that guy, right there. - yeah! wayne: how you doing? - excellent! wayne: nice to meet you. - nice to meet you.
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wayne: ronald? - ronald. wayne: ronald the pirate? - yes. wayne: so, ronald, this is my lovely assistant, catherine. catherine, stand over here for me. we're going the make a deal with you right now. curtain number two is yours where the lovely tiffany coyne is standing. curtain number two is yours. that's all yours, whatever is behind there. could be a trip, could be furniture, could be a car, could be a zonk. whatever you want could be back there. or i'll tell you what, why don't we buy it back from you? catherine, how much money should we give ronald for his curtain? - $500. wayne: $500. - i need to ask my wife. wayne: sure. here. - number two. wayne: he's using the hook. okay, so the captain of the ship back there, she said stick with the curtain. u say $500. maybe we should up the ante a little bit. - a thousand. wayne: a thousand. - two!
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wayne: so you just passed up on $1,000, ronald. but the good thing is if this does happen to be a zonk, she made you. (laughter) - yeah. wayne: she made you pick this. jonathan: it's a cactus living room! (zonk sounds) wayne: you don't want to sit on that. ronald, thank you so much. aargh. thank you, have a seat. (cheers and applause) the ballad of ronald the pirate. so, catherine, you still have $2,500. - we do, we do. wayne: should we make another deal? - let's make a deal! wayne: who wants to make a deal? i think we'll stick with the clown theme. come along, my lady. (cheers and applause) hey, mary lou.
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now, miss mary lou, where are you from? - san gabriel, california. wayne: san gabriel. thank you for being here. - thank you for getting me up here. wayne: you're welcome. now this is catherine, my assistant clown. - okay. wayne: i'll tell you what, i'm going to give you this big box. do you want to take what's in the box or catherine is going to offer you some money right now. hit 'em, clown. - $800. wayne: $800. - the box. wayne: catherine, let's go up. - $1,200. wayne: $1,200, miss mary lou. - the box. wayne: the box. catherine, we have to talk a little bit. so now that's $1,200 now, catherine. so what do you think? what are you thinking right now? - i'm thinking $2,000. wayne: miss mary lou, $2,000. (audience yelling suggestions)
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- the box. the box. wayne: you just passed up on $2,000. big box. jonathan: it's a new vespa! (cheers and applause) - that's for my grandson. that's for my grandson. thank you! jonathan: zip around town on this sporty vintage-inspired s50 vespa featuring a four-stroke engine, an electric starte and a comfy sport seat. this deal is worth $3,089. wayne: that's so great. you're going to give that to who? - my grandson for college. wayne: he's going to college. give her a big round of applause. miss mary lou, thank you so much, my dear. be careful. that's awesome, right? - it was. wayne: so we had one zonk, we had a great prize. you've been a great personal assistant. - why thank you, thank you. wayne: yeah. you're fired.
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i know, right? it happens just like that. but i'll tell what i'll do. i'll give you that $2,500. (cheers and applause) - it's that easy? wayne: that's yours. - that's it? as in no deal? wayne: you just can't take my money and run. i mean, i guess you could. i'll give you that, or i'll give you whatever is behind curtain number one. we've seen a zonk; we've seen a vespa. it could be something really good behind there or two zonks, that one and that one. who knows? are you feeling lucky? (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to take the money. wayne: you're going to take the money? - yes. wayne: you know that could be a car, right? - it could be. wayne: it could be? - it could be, but i'm a little scared. wayne: okay. what's behind curtain one? - no! jonathan: you could have won a trip to tortola!
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you would have spent seven nights at the long bay beach resort and villas on tortola in the british virgin islands. you could have basked in the ultimate paradise with water sports, a spa, and beach-front dining. daily breakfast, dinner and roundtrip air fare were included in this deal worth $9,500. wayne: bad news is you missed out on the trip; good news is you've got $2,500. congratulations to you, thank you. more "let's make a deal" right after this, everybody. get on out of here, you crazy clown. with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens,
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wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." so we gave away some cash, i like that. cash, a scooter, i like that. you know what i like even more? making a deal right now. three people, let's go. (cheers and applause) let's see. parrot head, sophia. the pancake, the pancake. and last but not least... and you, come with me. hey, hey, now, be careful! all right, all that going on, look at you, yes! - okay. wayne: calm down, all right, it's okay. hello. - omg. wayne: omg. sophia, nice to meet you. you are a parrot. what do you do? - i'm a student, i'm going to uc berkeley in the fall. (cheers and applause) wayne: what are you studying?
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- i don't know. wayne: you don't know. pancake, kendrick? - yeah, pancake. what's up, wayne? wayne: i'm doing well. look at you. you are making your own syrup, that is some maple. and last, but not least, my girl belinda. - hey, wayne. wayne: with the amazing long jump. welcome to the show. so the three of you right now are lucky because we're going play the "let's make a deal" lottery. tiffany coyne. hey, tiffany coyne. tiffany: hey, wayne brady. wayne: i love your dress. you look beautiful today. tiffany: thank you. wayne: three lottery tickets. one ticket says $100, the other one says $250, the other one says "win". the person with the win, you stay, make a deal. the other two, you take your cash, you still got some cash, you go back to your seat. sophia, you pick first. kendrick? which leaves you with that. now, on the count of three, you're going to peel the backing away from the ticket. one, two, three. what do we have? - oh, my god! oh, my god!
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wayne: don't flapjack yourself. (laughter) sophia, congratulations, belinda, congratulations, my dear, $250, $100. have a seat. yes, you can keep that. go on back to your seat. yes, thank you. kendrick. - you've got to deal with me a little more. wayne: i'm happy to deal with you. i'm happy you're here. so, what do you do, kendrick? - i'm a grocery store clerk from oswenos, california. wayne: right on. you're not a grocery store clerk today. today, you are the man who could leave here with this. jonathan: it's a new honda fit! (cheers and applause) - oh my god, oh my god! oh, my god. oh, my gosh. jonathan: this 2012 honda fit features a five-speed manual transmission with electronic brake distribution and a usb audio interface. this deal's worth $16,115. wayne: all right, kendrick. ready to get that car? - yeah, i want that car. wayne: we want you to have that car. here's how you you're going to win
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the "let's make a deal" lotto. you see the "let's make a deal" lotto. here we have a game board, eight spaces. one, two, three, four, five, six seven, eight. over here, we have two pictures of tiffany, two pictures of jonathan, two pictures of me, and two pictures of the car. you're going to scratch off three numbers. if you scratch off two tiffanys, you will get $3,000. she's a classy lady. she's worth something. oh, yes. - oh, my gosh. wayne: if you scratch off two mes, i'll give you $5,000. (cheers and applause) because mama told me i'm worth something. - you are worth something, wayne. wayne: if you scratch off two jonathan mangums, $29.95. and, of course, if you scratch two cars, you get the car. (cheers and applause)
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so i need you to pick three numbers for me. - okay, okay. number one. and number five. and three. wayne: one, five, three. let's scratch off number three first, shall we? there's a me, there's a me. - yeah! wayne: look at the little wayne. hey buddy, hey buddy, hey buddy. so that's me. - that's a nice picture. wayne: thank you very much. there's a number five. number five. and there's a car! (cheers and applause) okay. - oh my gosh, oh my gosh. wayne: so if you scratch off another me, $5,000. that's not a car, but 5,000 bucks. - still a lot money! wayne: if you scratch off the other car, you get a brand new car! - my god.
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wayne: but if you scratch off a tiffany or jonathan, you leave with nothing. so i like you, kendrick, i feel that we've shared... we are buddies now. - we are buddies now, wayne. wayne: buttermilk buddies. - buttermilk buddies. wayne: chocolate chip on the pancake. - perfect. wayne: look at us. two great tastes, taste great together. - exactly. together as one. wayne: so we can't split up the team. - no. not at all. wayne: so tell you what, i'll give you whatever is in that small box. - ooh. wayne: miss tiffany, what's in the box? jonathan: it's a camcorder and camera. - wow, that's cool. jonathan: capture all the hot griddle action on this compact camcorder that stores up to 12 hours of stunning hd video plus this classically designed digital camera features a zoom lens and image stabilization. this deal is worth $1,799. wayne: how much is that worth again? jonathan: $1,799. - oh, my gosh. wayne: do you like cameras? - i do love cameras. oh, my gosh. wayne: that's a sure thing, you can take that right now.
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- what should i do? where's my... wayne: who came with you? - brittany, that nice fruit hat at the top row. wayne: fruit hat, what should he do? - he should go for the car. - i'm going for the car? we're going for the car? we're going for the car. wayne: but if you don't match you leave with nothing. - my car dies at intersections as it is, so we need the new honda. wayne: here we go. oh, kendrick. brother, you want to see what's here. you know what? let's take a quick commercial break. why don't we do that, because you don't want that car. you don't want that car. (cheers and applause) (singing): pancake-- go pancake, go pancake, go pancake.
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it's a sweaty pancake in a car, it's a sweaty pancake in a car. it's a sweaty pancake in a honda. sweaty pancake in a honda, sweaty pancake in a honda. sweaty pancake in a honda, sweaty pancake in a honda oh, sweaty pancake. oh... sweaty pancake in a honda. sweaty little pancake in a honda. sweaty, sweaty pancake. sweaty, sweaty pancake, cake. more "let's make a deal" right after this. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym.
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try the new color changing candle. something in the air wick. can dodge a question. honey, how'd that test go? [ female announcer ] in just 60 seconds, you've got snack-defying, satisfying totino's pizza rolls. mmmm. mmm hmmm. mmmm. [ female announcer ] it's on. let's roll. heers and applause)r ] it's on. wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." i'm so excited for kendrick. kendrick just won a car, ladies and gentlemen, $16,115, a brand new honda. (cheers and applause) you are the person the show was made for. you need a car, you got a car. you played great. you have a wonderful attitude, thank you so much for playing with us. - thank you, wayne. wayne: you're welcome, my friend, you're welcome. that means that he's first in line, right now, to take first shot at the big deal of the day which is worth $25,616. it's worth $25,616. but things could change. we have deals to make. like right now, who wants to make a deal?
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(cheers and applause) you, come here. yes, shiny hat, come here. shiny hat cowgirl. hey, christine. christine or christina? - i go by chrissy or chris, either one. wayne: nice to meet you chris-sy. (laughter) so what do you do? - i'm a teacher. wayne: you're a teacher. i love teachers. i love teachers. which grade? - high school. wayne: high school. (cheers and applause) that's very michelle pfeiffer of you. that is... wow. jonathan, would you like to bless her with a little verse real quick? jonathan: sure. (hip hop beats playing) wayne: uh-huh, uh-huh. jonathan (rapping): look out teacher i'm a sensation. can i go to your high school continuation, yeah, yeah, yeah. looky, looky, i brought you a big old jar of some cookies. wayne: so there's cookies in a jar. we've got cookies in a jar. many cookies in the jar.
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you don't know, looks like a lot, right? - it does, it looks like a lot. wayne: i'm going to give you $2 per cookie. - okay. wayne: you can take those cookies or we can give you curtain number one. (audience yelling suggestions) - oh, the curtain. wayne: the curtain-- $4. those look good, too. - oh, they do look good. wayne: $4 for every cookie. you're taking an awfully long time. jonathan: oh! uh-oh. wayne: that's one cookie down. - the curtain. wayne: $5 per cookie. $5 per cookie. (audience yelling suggestions) - they say one. they say the curtain. wayne: you're going with the curtain? - i'm going with the curtain. wayne: okay, jonathan, how many cookies were in here? we got up to $5 a cookie.
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jonathan: there were 150 cookies, minus the ones you ate. wayne: we would have paid you $750. so you passed on $750 for this. jonathan: it's a new living room! wayne: congratulations. - thank you so much. jonathan: refresh your living area with this plush sofa, side table, this stylish chair with matching ottoman and more. we're also including this 55-inch 3d high definition tv and four pairs of active viewing glasses, making this deal worth $4,133. tiffany: congratulations. wayne: congratulations to you. we have more "let's make a dea"" coming up. i see you're crunching numbers with a cup of joe... when you could be relaxing with a delicious gevalia.
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or as i like to say, a cup of johan. joe's a cubicle. johan is a corner office with a young, eager assistant... who looks like me. put johan on your spreadsheets. he'll watch your bottom line. [ johan ] gevalia. meet me in the coffee aisle.
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♪ ten million strong ♪ and growing i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
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[ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal."
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it's time for the "let's make a deal" auction. two people, let's go. (cheers and applause) irish, irish, lisa. leprechaun. and the nun. the nun, come on over here. hey, lisa, nice to meet you. hey, marley. - hey. wayne: hallelujah, welcome to the show. both of you get $500. (cheers and applause) welcome to the "let's make a deal" auction. i just gave you each that money because you're going to use the money to bid on items here at the "let's make a deal" auction. you're going to bid in $50 increments. the person who bids the highest, you get the prize. might be good, might be a zonk. we don't know until you open it. first prize, small box. first bid, go. marley, marley, marley. - $50. - $100. wayne: $100, $150, $150, $150? - $150. wayne: remember you only have $500. this is only the first prize. $200? - $200. wayne: $200. do i hear $250? - $250. wayne: $250. do i hear three? - three.
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wayne: you do know we have three prizes? - $350, girl, come on. wayne: she is going $350, first box. - four. wayne: i hear four. - $450. wayne: $450. you do know there are other boxes. do i a hear 500? - i'm not going to go. wayne: she's not going to go. so in a "let's make a deal" first, i believe, $450 for the first prize. which leaves you-- which instead of... here, just let me-- there's 50 bucks. i'm tithing. so what's in the box? is it worth 450? jonathan: it's new designer accessories. - i'll take that, yeah, i can use that. jonathan: dress up or keep it casual with these two pair of designer sunglasses and sandals from dior. this deal is worth $1,840. wayne: yes. so, marley, you got yourself $50 plus the designer accessories
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worth $1,840. you, my dear, have 500 bucks in your purse with two items left. - yes, that's awesome. wayne: second item up for bid, tiffany coyne and that lovely purse. tiffany: yes. jonathan: get a stylish new look with this michael kors pink leather tote featuring a removable shoulder strap and gold tone hardware. the purse is worth $348. wayne: but you know there's also something inside. there's a hidden something inside that purse. do you want it? (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to keep my money. wayne: okay. do you want it for 50 bucks? - i sure do! wayne: well, it's yours, plus what's inside, remember i said it could be a zonk. - that's right. wayne: yeah. but it isn't, it's a weekend getaway.
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(cheers and applause) jonathan: a limo will whisk you away for a three-night stay at the nautical chic portofino hotel and marina in sunny southern california. your ocean premier room offers sun-drenched views of the harbor by day and enchanting moon-lit water vistas by night. daily breakfast at the award winning baleen kitchen are included, making this deal worth $2,998. (cheers and applause) wayne: so it's pretty much a one-person auction. so we really-- do you even want to play the music? just go with a different version of the music, i guess. is the one person... just like play with one finger what you would have... so let me guess. you want what's behind that curtain? $50. - i'm going to take it. i'm going to take it. wayne: you're going to take it? - yes. wayne: $50. yee-haw. what's behind curtain three? jonathan: it's a new washer/dryer set!
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(cheers and applause) upgrade your laundry room with this high capacity front load washer featuring six wash cycles and this dryer with gentle tumble setting for even drying. we're also including this set of laundry pedestals from a.j. madison, your appliance authority, making this deal worth $2,836. wayne: plus the $450. - awesome, thank you, i'm so happy. wayne: but it's not over yet. - okay. wayne: you can keep what you have, keep the washer dryer, keep the cash, keep the accessories, keep the trip to socal, or trade it in for whatever is in that big box. you both can take the big box. you both can take it if you so choose. lisa, what would you like to do? - i'm going to keep it. wayne: she's going to keep it. marley, are you going to keep what you have, which is the designer accessories, worth $1,840, the bag and the so cal trip, $2,998? - i'm going to keep what i have. wayne: you're going to keep it. what's in the box? what did they both pass on? jonathan: you could have won a skateboarding gorilla!
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(zonk sounds) wayne: congratulations. get out of here. you got your washer and dryer and your cash, thank you. you got the accessories and the trip. if you'd like to get tickets to join us here at a taping of "let's make a deal" with our skateboarding monkey, go to cbs.com, log on and get your tickets or call this number.
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[ boy ] slurpably fun and a good source of calcium. wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." big deal of the day at the end of the show. someone's got to go for it, right? so before we get there, let's go for a spin. who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) right over there, next to the bacon. next to the bacon. the egg. come here, egg. come on, egg. how are you doing? - hi! wayne: hi! - i'm great, thank you. wayne: your name is? - stephanie italia. wayne: nice to meet you, stephanie italia. now, stephanie, what do you do? - i'm an unemployed bartender. wayne: so you get drunk by yourself, that's cool. - hey, don't judge. wayne: i'm not judging, i'm celebrating. because you could win this. curtain one. jonathan: it's a new ford fiesta! - oh, my god.
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jonathan: this 2012 fiesta s sedan features a five-speed manual transmission, electronic stability control and a capless fuel filler that seals shut automatically. this deal is worth $13,995. wayne: okay, so you want that car? - yeah. wayne: that'd be great, right? - yes. wayne: to win that car, we're going to play a game called go for a spin. here's how it works. on the wheel there's spaces with cash, zonks, and one space has the car. you're going to spin the wheel and whatever you land on, that's what you win. to help you improve your chances of winning, jonathan and i are going to ask you three questions. for each question you get right, i'll let you change one of those spaces into a car. are you ready to play? - yes. wayne: here we go. we polled a recent audience and we asked them to choose their favorite from the following pairs. if you can correctly guess what the majority picked, you will get one zonk removed from the wheel. - i need all three? wayne: so if you get all three right, three zonks off.
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- okay. wayne: that will be great, right? - yes. wayne: here we go, first pair. cd, mp3. did the audience we polled pick cd or mp3? - mp3. wayne: definitely mp3, you think? mr. mangum? mp3. that's one gone, that's one gone. super bowl party or oscar party? - super bowl party. oh, my god. wayne: you know america. - i'm canadian. wayne: huh? - i'm canadian. wayne: hey, up top. high five or knuckle pound? - knuckle pound. wayne: ready? boom! high five. trying to bring it back. that's okay, you got two of them right. you got two of them right, so we're going to remove two zonks from the wheel. follow me, stephanie. all right. you're going to stand right here. i'm going to stand there.
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stephanie, say hey to tiffany. tiffany: hi stephanie, good luck. wayne: so you got two right, so you get to remove two zonks from the board. which two would you like to remove? tiffany will remove them. - that one. wayne: so now you've increased your odds. before i let you spin, i'll give you $500 for each question that you got correct, which means here's $1,000. or you can keep... she's going to give it back, folks. do you feel lucky? - no, but i hope so. that doesn't even make any sense. hold my spatula. wayne: i would love to hold your spatula. this is for good luck. now, it must go around at least once to count, so you really got to crank it. whatever space is lit up, that's what you win. everybody give her some love. (cheers and applause) hit it. really crank back on it.
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all right. here we go. it's just starting to slow down. you want it to go around again. not on a zonk. $4,000, not on a zonk. a car? is it the car? stephanie, you won the car! you just won the car! - i just won the car! wayne: come here, let's get your car! - oh, my god! (cheers and applause) wayne: wow. more "let's make a deal" after this. the freshenator. the buddy system. the do si go. the two-handed tango. el cleaño.
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the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil. a deal" is paid in part by the following: ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. (cheers and applause) -free is very good. wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." or, welcome back to "hey, guess who's giving away cars." two cars-- kendrick, the pancake. stephanie, the eggs. so pancake and eggs. breakfast are champions. jonathan: yes, they are. wayne: not for champions, are champions. so we're close to the big deal of the day. before we get there let's play a game we call golden egg. who wants to make a deal? you, you feel lucky, tucker? come here, tucker.
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how are you doing, tuck? - hey, how are you doing? wayne: i'm doing well. where are you from? - i'm from salem, oregon. wayne: nice to meet you. tucker, this is jonathan. jonathan, this is tucker. jonathan: what's up, tuck? - how you doing, jonathan? wayne: we're playing a game called golden eggs. at least one of these eggs is hard boiled. - hard boiled? wayne: yes. if you can choose the hard boiled egg, at least one of them, then you get, guess how much? - $2,000. wayne: no, my friend. do you really think i'm going to give you $2,000 for an egg. come on, i'll give you three. - yeah! (cheers and applause) wayne: pick an egg, one, two or three. - egg number three. wayne: so you really believe that? - i really believe in that egg. wayne: if you don't go with your egg, i'll give you 500 bucks or curtain number two. so keep your egg because you believe it will get you $3,000. take my $500, or go with curtain two, which could be a car, a trip, washer/dryer, bedroom set.
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- i'm going to stick with the egg. wayne: sticking with the egg. what's behind the curtain he just turned down? jonathan: you could have won a remote control living room! (zonk sounds) wayne: so you're sticking with your egg, right? - i'm sticking with my egg. wayne: what if i give you $1,000? (audience yelling suggestions) - the egg. wayne: all right. so let's break number one instead. jonathan: wayne, you gotta get close so you can witness what happens. really close. right there. that's pretty hard boiled if ask you me. wayne: that's hard boiled. this would have been worth $3,000. oh. why don't we try two, because i said at least one. - okay. wayne: oh, oh, oh! hard boiled.
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so actually two of them were hard boiled and you picked number three. - so i guess i got the yolk one. wayne: i'm guessing you did. - oh, man. wayne: you want to ride on the motorized sofa? - kind of, yeah. wayne: i'll tell you what, after we show you that you didn't get the money, i'll treat you to a ride on the motorized sofa. - all right, deal. wayne: break it open, jonathan. oh, congratulations! you got $3,000, my friend. good job. give him a big round of applause, get out of here. so we've got another winner. please, get these eggs out of here while i tell everyone all about the big deal of the day. today's big deal of the day is worth $25,616. we're going to start at the top with kendrick the pancake. his car was worth $16,115.
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kendrick, would you like to trade your brand new car for a shot at the big deal? - no, thank you. wayne: you're welcome. sit down. next, stephanie, everyone's favorite canadian egg. i'm coming on over here to ask her if she's willing to trade that brand new car of hers for a shot at the big deal. stephanie? - no, thank you. wayne: no, thank you, she says. marley, marley, stand up for me, marley. marley got the designer accessories, the weekend getaway, $4,838. are you going to trade all that for a shot at the big deal or keep it? - i'm going to go for it! wayne: when we come back she's going to go for the big deal worth $25,616, right after this. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria.
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mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. (cheers and applause) wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." the big deal of the day: $25,616. marley, you gave up the designer accessories, the weekend getaway, $4,830 worth of deal for a shot,
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not a guarantee, but a shot at the big deal. how do you feel? - i feel like a winner. wayne: so pick a door, baby-- could be door one, door two or door three. (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to go for door number two. wayne: door one. jonathan: you could have won the ultimate home theater system. - look at that popcorn maker! jonathan: this entertainment package included a giant 80-inch lcd tv with nostalgia electric's concession cart with popping kit and two massage chairs that ease away tension, fatigue and pain with the push of a button. from human touch. this deal was worth $7,828. wayne: it's not often i hear, "i could have used that popcorn maker." - i could have. i love popcorn. wayne: and you could have made some?
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- exactly. wayne: but you can't now. - it's all right. wayne: i know. door three is what i'm going to show you next. let's open door three. jonathan: you could have won a new barbecue! - really? okay. wayne: you could have won a barbecue. - i could use that, too. wayne: you could have. jonathan: this package included pro grilling tools and this barbecue featuring four stainless steel burners, a rotisserie and smoker box. from bull, changing the way you barbecue. this deal was worth $2,263. wayne: it finally dawned on you, didn't it? you have yourself a big deal of the day. let's open door number two. are you ready? jonathan: it's a new mazda 2! (cheers and applause) dash off in this mazda 2 sport offering a five-speed manual transmission with overdrive, multi-port fuel injection and an mp3 radio audio system. plus, we're including everything in the deal--
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the barbecue set and the home theater, making this big deal worth $25,616. (cheers and applause) wayne: quickie deals next. - yes, i got a new car! one square inch of deliciously smooth chocolate in creamy milk... or rich dark. incredible indulgence. one square inch of bliss. hershey's bliss. it's got that sweet honey taste. but no way it's 80 calories, right? no way, right? lady, i just drive the truck. right, there's no way right, right? have a nice day. [ male announcer ] 80 delicious calories. fiber one.
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[ male announcer ] 80 delicious calories. i'll give you $100 if you have any flower seeds or any seeds at all. could be seeds of anything you would plant. wayne: what else would you plant besides seeds? you could plant a kiss. i'll give you $100 to kiss jonathan. jonathan: that's easy. wayne: give her 100 bucks. jonathan: she planted the seed of love in me. wayne: aww.
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in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job.
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my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years like the last four years. ♪

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